Monday, April 28, 2008

Chardonnay Fleur



Here's another pocket card...this time is uses Basic Grey Periphery. I **love** the parisian feel of the paper. It is another design I worked on yesterday for the bride-to-be. This pocket card is stitched'orama....it was a great way to "adhere" the twill tape. I knew that I wanted to make one card with the Deluxe Designs Plain Janes Chipboard that I bought...long...long...time ago...I have several packages of the stuff..must have hit a good clearance {lol}. I tried to use my various MM paints but dang, they seem to be all sealed shut. I couldn't get the little buggers open...any helpful tips?
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ink: versafine vintage sepia paper: basic grey periphery accessories: deluxe designs chipboard, stampin' up twill tape, bling and janome

10 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous!!! I love the patterns!

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  2. Absolutely stunning! A lovely piece of art.

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  3. These are so gorgeous and elegant. TFS!

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  4. Amy, this is just spectacular! She will love it! It's a true keepsake!

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  5. Wow! Gorgeous again!! So fanc-ee schmance-ee!! Love it!

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  6. Amy, this is so cool...I think you and I are suckers for something on sale!

    Pinky

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  7. Oh Amy this is beyond adorable!!! Love the flourish with the brads and the stitching is the perfect touch. You have so inspired me to dust off my sewing machine.

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  8. These are superb!! Love Periphery the MOST!! Have you tried soaking the bottle in a bowl of hot water to help loosen the cap? Not sure if it will work, but maybe.....

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  9. Sometimes running something like that under hot water will loosen it up ... or a little paint thinner around the edge of the cap .... gorgeous card ... love the idea of attaching the twill with the stitching.

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  10. what a beautiful pocket card! love all the stampings and colors - great stitching on this!

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Cheers,
~amy~